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Should you buy a new 8K TV for Xbox Project Scarlett?

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Best answer: No, 8K and 120Hz TVs remain expensive and we don't have enough details on Xbox Project Scarlett, so a purchase could make for high-risk investment. We still recommend picking up a 4K HDR display when buying in 2019. Our top 4K pick: Samsung Q8F ($1,338 at Amazon) Experience 8K today: Samsung Q900 ($2,498 at Amazon) Should I buy a 8K TV today for the new Xbox? Microsoft has kickstarted anticipation for Xbox Project Scarlett, its next-generation console slated for late 2020. Tailing the Xbox One X's impressive mid-cycle 4K upgrade, it already has the foundations of a formidable powerhouse, boasting AMD's future-facing Zen 2 CPU and Navi GPU technologies. The upshot is a box touting four times the processing capabilities of Xbox One X, poised to deliver up to 8K resolutions and 120Hz frame rates as of E3 2019. With Microsoft underlining such bold performance claims, Xbox Project Scarlett raises the bar for forthcoming displays headed to market. The Xbox One X has just pu......

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